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The Daily 2002

16 May
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  • Looks ans Smiles 3

    the 16.05.2002 at 11:44 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:14 PM

    Big city lights
  • The digital revolution ?

    the 16.05.2002 at 9:00 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:08 PM

    The Cannes film festival doesn't only deal with competition and films. You can also find expositions, symposiums, film markets and reflections about the future of cinema. And today was the opportunity to showcase a symposium about the advantage and future of the digital support held around various directors including Catherine...
  • Looks ans Smiles 2

    the 16.05.2002 at 8:43 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:15 PM

    At night the city sleeps...
  • Zoltan Korda

    the 16.05.2002 at 7:02 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:13 PM

    Starring John Clements, Ralph Richardson, C. Aubrey Smith, June Duprez, and Jack Allen, The Four Feathers was first released back in 1939. With pulsating action scenes and its colour photography, the film had a realistic feel that matched any similar Hollywood epic at the time. The battle scenes are impressive and real, you...
  • Rosanna

    the 16.05.2002 at 6:17 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 1:45 PM

    Rosanna Lauren was born in New York on August 10, 1959. She started her acting career in several televison movies in the late seventies and went on by appearing in a couple of independent films. She is no stranger to the show business world being the grand daughter of television humorist Cliff Arquette and daughter of...
  • Day Sijie's best-seller

    the 16.05.2002 at 6:04 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:06 PM

    Balzac and the little chinese seamstress is, first of all, an international best-seller written by the director Dai Sijie, winner of five prizes and sold in nineteen countries. Balzac and the little chinese seamstress unfolds the story of two boys, who just like hundreds of thousands at the height of the Mao's infamous...
  • Love in the jungle

    the 16.05.2002 at 4:42 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 1:54 PM

    "The idea for Blissfully yours came to me when I was the witness of an accident in 1998, during the shooting of my first film (Mysterious Object at Noon) in Bangkok" unveils Apichatpong Weerasethakul. "A policeman arrested these two young women before throwing them into a police van. I learned afterwards, they were illegal...
  • Gitaï reveals History

    the 16.05.2002 at 3:49 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:08 PM

    "Gitai...is exceedingly courageous. Gitai dared. He goes very very far. For me, it is the duty of a cineaste to dare. If you don't, what is it you want your films to say ?". In 1985, Youssef Chahine gave this flattering description of Amos Gitaï who for over 20 years now uses his camera to talk about what he knows best:...
  • Star Wars returns

    the 16.05.2002 at 2:49 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:15 PM

    After the financial success of Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars, Episode 2: Attack of the clones will be projected today at the festival and will be released tonight at midnight around the United States before a legion of fanatics of the series, no doubt. Starring Natalie Potman (Padme), Hayden Christensen (the 20...
  • Michael Moore strikes again

    the 16.05.2002 at 2:09 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:15 PM

    In 1998, with The Big One, the world learned his name: Michael Moore. A man on a mission: expose the problems of corporate America. There's a scene from that film that stays in mind where Moore hands out two tickets to Nike CEO Phil Knight pushing him to visit the Indonesian Factories producing the Nike shoes. Moore's message...
  • Film music composers, la crème de la crème

    the 16.05.2002 at 12:49 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:06 PM

    Paying a tribute to the best film music composers in activity: Ennio Morricone, Jean-Claude Petit, Antoine Duhamel, Francis Lai, Howard Shore, Alexandre Despat, Randy Newman, Frédéric Devreese et Angelo Badalementi are all to be seen 'round midinght (Ah! Miles, Miles...) on the Macé beach.
  • Maestro ! Music

    the 16.05.2002 at 12:41 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:15 PM

    At 12 PM if you're near the Croisette beach in front of hotel, The Majestic, you might be well advised to check the musical walk launching in style the 55 years of the festival's existence with the broadcasting of musical scores from the most important films selected by Stéphane Lerouge.
  • Marie-Jo's impossible love

    the 16.05.2002 at 11:15 AM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 1:44 PM

    "I've made a new movie with the same actors, the same technicians... and always Marseille". Robert Guédiguian is in Cannes this year with the first of the four French films in competition, Marie-Jo et ses deux amours, a destructive love story. Born in Marseille in 1953 in L'estaque, Marseille, from a German mother and...
  • May 15 - Woody day

    the 16.05.2002 at 8:09 AM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:08 PM

    Ah ! what a trip it has been for the well respected Woody Allen since 1965's What's new pussycat ?, now what a trip ! The French Rivera and even more so Gilles Jacob opened their arms last night for him. Woody dominated the day. The director, producer, screenwriter, musician and actor opened the 55th film festival film and its...

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